MacBook Pro :: Stops Sleep In MP But Allows Display To Sleep

May 5, 2010

i tried mroogle and search but i couldn't find exactly what i was looking for and i know this community knows it all.

i am trying to prevent my new 2010 macbook pro from going to sleep when the lid in closed. i know there are programs that do this but they keep the display on as well. I wanted to know if there is a program that does it and has the option of turning off display. i am running snow leopard 10.6

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